Overwatch Banned Over 10,000 Korean Accounts for Using "Nuking"
It's just the beginning, as Blizzard stated that they are preparing countermeasures to fight "nuking". Before Blizzard implements a new anti-cheating system, "nuking" may not stop in South Korea, according to Venturebeat. Because many Korean players play games in internet cafes, they don't have to buy Overwatch to play at home, and instead, they spend $1 for an hour of Overwatch gaming time in internet cafes. That means cheating isn't expensive and getting banned doesn't cost Overwatch cheaters too much in South Korea.